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" We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and absorb it into our own substance. This sort of confident effrontery is beyond me ; my whole nature tends to that impersonality... "
Amiel's Journal: The Journal Intime of Henri-Frédéric Amiel - Page 191
by Henri Frédéric Amiel - 1896 - 402 pages
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Amiel's Journal: The Journal Intime of Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Henri Frédéric Amiel - 1885 - 487 pages
...of confident effrontery is beyond me: my whole nature tends to that impersonality which respec:and subordinates itself to the object ; it is love of...an expression, of having used a word out of place, whik all the time I ought to have been thinking of essential^ and aiming at breadth of treatment. I...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 99

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1886
...of it. We must treat our subject brutally, and not be always trembling lest we are doing it a wrong. This sort of confident effrontery is beyond me ; my...respects and subordinates itself to the object ; it ia love of truth which holds me back from concluding and deciding. This passionless impartiality of...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 175

1887
...the tyrants of it. We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and...which holds me back from concluding and deciding. The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and limited, the fascination of the infinite,...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 56

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1887
...the tyrants of it. We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and...to the object ; it is love of truth which holds me buck from concluding and deciding." The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 56

1887
...must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. AVe must be able to transmute and absorb it into our own...which holds me back from concluding and deciding." The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and limited, the fascination of the infinite,...
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Essays in Criticism: Second series

Matthew Arnold - Criticism - 1888 - 331 pages
...the tyrants of it. We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and...which holds me back from concluding and deciding.' The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and limited, the fascination of the infinite,...
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The Works of Matthew Arnold, Volume 4

Matthew Arnold - 1903
...the tyrants of it. We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and...which holds me back from concluding and deciding. The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and limited, the fascination of the infinite,...
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Essays in Criticism: Second series, Volume 1

Matthew Arnold - English poetry - 1905 - 331 pages
...the tyrants of it. We must treat our subject brutally and not be always trembling lest we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and...which holds me back from concluding and deciding.' The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and limited, the fascination of the infinite,...
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The Complete Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, Volume 1

Matthew Arnold - Education - 1960 - 11 pages
...we should be doing it a wrong. We must be able to transmute and absorb it into our own substance. 15 This sort of confident effrontery is beyond me; my...which holds me back from concluding and deciding.' The desire for the all, the impatience with what is partial and 10 limited, the fascination of the...
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The Vassar Miscellany, Volume 20

Universities and colleges - 1890
...concentration, decision, and pliancy which I no longer possess. I cannot fuse together materials and ideas my whole nature tends to that impersonality which...truth which holds me back from concluding and deciding .... I am afraid of having forgotten a point, of having exaggerated an expression, of having used a...
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